Should my VMax be able to fire a .4 ohm atomizer? Here's the back-story...I started vaping a few months ago. Shortly after, a friend introduced me to building sub ohm coils on my Phoenix and IGO-W atomizers. I have been using a mechanical mod for these builds until recently when I had to shelve it temporarily until new batteries arrived. I pulled out my VV VMax which I bought when I first started vaping. One day out of reflex, instead of the tank I had been using, I put the .4 ohm Phoenix on it. After 3-4 puffs the mod got warm (not hot) which is when I realized what I had done. Before removing the batteries, I confirmed the resistance with the mod display and then with a multimeter to be sure the atomizer was truly .4 ohms. I can't find any specifications to tell me what the minimum ohm limit is for the VMax. Most VV mods will not fire sub ohm. If the mod is hazardous, I want to toss it before someone gets hurt.